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Nguzo Saba and the Festival of First Fruits: A Guide for Promoting Family and Community Values and the Celebration of Kwanzaa

This is a practical, step-by-step guide to organizing for, and maintaining the integrity of, Kwanzaa and the Nguzo Saba in the family and larger community.

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86 thoughts on “Nguzo Saba and the Festival of First Fruits: A Guide for Promoting Family and Community Values and the Celebration of Kwanzaa

  1. Carol Graham

    One person is a thin porridge; two or three people are a lump of ugali. ~Kuria Proverb

  2. Martha Wright

    If the cockroach wants to rule over the chicken, then it must hire the fox as a body-guard. ~ Sierra Leone proverb

  3. Jane Hughes

    The man who counts the bits of food he swallows is never satisfied. ~African Proverb

  4. Antonio Wright

    There is no one who became rich because he broke a holiday, no one became fat because he broke a fast. ~ Ethiopia

  5. Kathy Lee

    A spider’s cobweb isn’t only its sleeping spring but also its food trap. ~African Proverb

  6. Patrick Stewart

    Dogs do not actually prefer bones to meat; it is just that no one ever gives them meat. ~ Akan

  7. Arthur Baker

    Having beauty doesn’t mean understanding the perseverance of marriage. ~African Proverb

  8. Douglas Fisher

    Three things cause sorrow to flee; water, green trees, and a beautiful face. ~Moroccan Proverb

  9. Jerry Cruz

    When a once-beautiful piece of cloth has turned into rags, no one remembers that it was woven by Ukwa master weavers. ~Igbo Proverb

  10. Steven Lewis

    If you watch your pot, your food will not burn. ~Mauritanian, Nigerian, and Niger Proverb

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